Sincere & Logik are Blakface, presenting the music video for “Heroin“, a single from Bamboozled, their new album featuring Planet Asia, Illa J, Poetik Force & Oh. The track was directed by Poetik Force and produced by Eclectic.
Smart Mouth Records drops the new visual for JB‘s “Fell Out of Love“. This record is from JB’s who is riding high off og the release of his project THE BEST KEPT SECRET II: LOVER’S EDITION.
Bronx, New York emcee G.C. a.k.a. Godz Chyld presents the FlashBeats-produced music video for “Rock & Roll“, featuring Snyder Scribez. “Rock & Roll” is from the Things Ain’t What They Seem, his new EP featuring a guest appearance from Snyder Scribez and production from Flash Beats, Tone Jonez, NYC Bangers, D’artizt, Dreamlife and OSYM.
C.Shreve the Professor just released a new video from his Daddy Love To Rap album for the song “Downhill”. Shreve said that he and QWYK came up with the idea to challenge themselves to shoot, edit, and release a video all within 24 hours. While they took a little longer than originally planned to complete the final edit for “Downhill”, the end result is something rawly original and completely different from any of the other videos that FTO has previously released.
The first visual from the upcoming EP, The City, “No Mercy” delivers that raw Hip-Hop from Raleigh’s Own Hutch. The video was directed and edited by Media House Entertainment.
Pomona, California-based rapper, skateboarder and Karmaloop model 86Joon presents the Clutch Kid-directed music video for “Just Might See“, the new Maine-produced single from 86Joon’s new EP Til It’s Gone.
Fort Washington-based rapper Pro presents the Versus Visualz-directed music video for “What, What”. His new single was produced by Artem.
Jackson, Mississippi vocalist and songwriter Jonquia Rose presents the Olskool Ice-Gre-directed video for “From The Ashes“, the new DJ Self Born-produced single from the first installment of her two-part autobiographical EP Single Mom.
“Broke the Stove” is the first offering from Snypa‘s upcoming debut EP, Learning to Love, which is currently set for release in early 2018 on Hoodrich West. The song showcases Snypa’s melodic trap sound over bouncy 808s and impressive rhythms provided by Hoodrich West producer Notus.